Earlier this year, startup Cc: Betty, a service that enabled people to organize and manage group email threads, decided to revamp and relaunch its service. The new product, Threadbox, was to be streamlined and tweaked to appeal to workgroups.
Recently, startup Cc: Betty, a nifty service that organized and managed group email threads, decided to rebrand and relaunch its service. The new product, Threadbox, was going to be streamlined and tweaked to appeal to workspace users.
Today, Threadbox is officially launching in private beta, as a more collaborative and user-friendly service. Essentially, the site aims to combine email, IM, and… → Read More
As a product, Cc: Betty was a good idea. Fundamentally, the goal was organize group email threads in a way that makes them more manageable. From an execution perspective, it left a bit to be desired. And from a naming perspective, it left a lot more. Today, the company is announcing that both are changing.
In an email to customers, Cc: Betty has disclosed that it’s changing its name to Threadbox. → Read More